Style: Art Rock, Pop Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC MPC AU AAC APE WMA MP4 AHX
FLAC size: 1352 mb | MP3 size: 1817 mb | WMA size: 1969 mb
Ouch! is the fourth studio album by Lake, released in 1980 in Europe and 1981 in the USA. It is the first album to be released following the departure of three members of the band from their peak period, Detlef Petersen, Geoffrey Peacey, and Martin Tiefense, who were replaced by Frank Hieber, Achim Opperman, and Heiko Efferz. Side One. Side Two. Personnel. Celebrate" (James Hopkins-Harrison, Achim Opperman) – 3:51. Come on Home" (J. Hopkins-Harrison, Frank Hieber) – 4:39.
Lake is a German-British rock music group that formed in 1973 in Hamburg, Germany. In 1975 they were joined by lead singer James Hopkins-Harrison, who gave them their signature sound for the remainder of their recording career. The band achieved modest success in Europe from the mid-1970s through the early 1980s, particularly in Germany where they were named artist of the year by the German Phono Academy in 1977.
Lake/Paradise Island '1977/1979.
LAKE: James Hopkins-Harrison (vocals) Achim Oppermann (guitar, keyboards, vocals) Alex Conti (guitar, vocals) Frank Hieber (keyboards, vocals) Heiko Effertz (bass, vocals) Dieter Ahrendt (drums, vocals) Erlend Krauser (guitar, vocals) Jo Kappl (bass, vocals). Produced by: James William Guercio, Udo Arndt, Lake. Ouch! was the first album to be released following the departure of three members of the band from their peak period, Detlef Petersen, Geoffrey Peacey, and Martin Tiefense, who were replaced by Frank Hieber, Achim Opperman, and Heiko Efferz.
For other songs, see Ouch.
Ouch may refer to: An interjection that denotes pain. A socket into which a precious stone fits. Ouch" (song), a 2008 single by N-Dubz. Ouch!, a 1980 album by Lake. Ouch!" (song), a song by The Rutles. Ouch! (gum), a brand of bubble gum from Hubba Bubba. Ouch, Pakistan, a town in Lower Dir District. Organization for Understanding Cluster Headaches (OUCH), a non-profit organization that assists cluster headache sufferers and their families. Ouches, a commune in the Loire department in central France.
|A2||Come On Home||4:36|
|A3||Listen To Me||4:14|
|B1||Living For Today||4:29|
|B3||Hit Your Mama||4:15|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Schallplatten GmbH
- Copyright (c) – CBS Schallplatten GmbH
- Recorded At – Pye Studios
- Recorded At – Rüssl Studio
- Mixed At – Caribou Ranch
- Published By – Chappell & Co. GmbH
- Written-By – A. Oppermann* (tracks: A1, A4, B1), Alex Conti (tracks: A5), F. Hieber* (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B2 to B4), H. Efferz* (tracks: A3), J. Hopkins-Harrison*
NotesMade in Holland.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code (Label Code): LC 0149
- Distribution Code: CB 471
- Other (On spine): 57 [in a circle]
|CBS 84310, CBS 84 310||Lake||Ouch! (LP, Album)||CBS, CBS||CBS 84310, CBS 84 310||Europe||1980|
|RMED00127, A-28876||Lake||Ouch! (CD, Album, RM)||Renaissance Records , Renaissance Records||RMED00127, A-28876||US||1998|
|RMED-127||Lake||Ouch! (CD, Album, RM)||Renaissance Records||RMED-127||US||2008|
|JZ 37083||Lake||Ouch! (LP, Album, Pit)||Caribou Records||JZ 37083||US||1980|
|JZ 37083||Lake||Ouch! (LP, Album, Ter)||Caribou Records||JZ 37083||US||1980|